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    A great match by Yazdani. He dominated an Olympic medallist who recently beat Gatsalov.

    FILA Wrestling - WEB TV
    120 kg greco semifinal. A painful match to watch, with a bizarre ending. Akbari just getting up from the parre terre position and standing around? The referee putting up "one blue" for no reason whatsoever?

    No wonder Iranians are pissed- there is a lot of finger and singlet-grabbing in this match. On the contested pushout, Akbari clearly makes contact with Tinaliyev's legs, but I'm not greco-savvy enough to know if this should be enough to nullify the pushout.

    I also watched Mansurov vs Yang. FILA Wrestling - WEB TV . Not sure why Mansurov wrestled at 55 here after going 60 at the worlds. Not real exciting, but he wins off a clinch counter (which the stupid camera misses) and a nice gutwrench to come back in the second period. IMO both these guys are better than Lebedev, this year's 55 kg world champ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arm-spin View Post
    A great match by Yazdani. He dominated an Olympic medallist who recently beat Gatsalov.
    Do you recall this match? Jan 2010. Yazdani withdrew after the second period blowing a possible victory.


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    greco-asians




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ID:	3153 Actually, Yazdani has very strong national and religious beliefs and there are many pictures of him at international tournaments, running around the wrestling mat with the Iranian national flag on his shoulder while praising God. As a matter of fact, one distinct characteristic of all Iranian wrestlers is their humility together with a strong sense of religious and national pride. There is nothing wrong with having pride in your country or your religion. However, all people should respect one another and each other's different way of life. After all, we are all human beings and we DO need each other.
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    Actually, Yazdani has very strong national and religious beliefs and there are many pictures of him at international tournaments, running around the wrestling mat with the Iranian national flag on his shoulder while praising God. As a matter of fact, one distinct characteristic of all Iranian wrestlers is their humility together with a strong sense of religious and national pride. There is nothing wrong with having pride in your country or your religion. However, all people should respect one another and each other's different way of life. After all, we are all human beings and we DO need each other.

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